About the Hotel
Originally opened by President John F. Kennedy in February 1963, The Madison Washington D.C. is one of the most distinguished hotels in the city, steeped in the history of the remarkable region around it. Referred to as "Washington's Correct Address," this hotel has played pivotal roles in international politics, acting as a temporary Kremlin in 1987 while Soviet leaders met with the Reagan Administration as well as a temporary Oval Office for George W. Bush, just before he took office in 2000. With its central location, historic tradition and touch of modern luxury, The Madison continues to host celebrities, foreign ministers, heads of state and industry leaders. Conveniently located, The Madison is within walking distance of many of the nation's landmarks and acclaimed attractions including the White House, the national mall and the Smithsonian museums.
With 356 exquisitely appointed guest rooms that balance efficiency and elegance, The Madison offers a perfect atmosphere for business and pleasure. Newly renovated hotel rooms and suites are equipped with contemporary amenities for elevated comfort, relaxation and ease amidst the historic city of Washington, D.C. All rooms offer exquisitely appointed amenities including Keurig gourmet coffees, C.O. Bigelow body products, custom bedding and linens and a large work desk with ergonomic swivel chair, so you may start and end your day with highest sense of comfort and luxury.
Taking its inspiration from the cafes of Europe, PostScript at The Madison offers classic barista bar and, artisan pastries, paninis and farm fresh specialties. Open for breakfast, brunch and all-day dining, pull up a seat or grab a meal from the counter to-go. Featuring hand-crafted cocktails, The Lobby Bar at The Madison is a place to unwind after work, a long flight or simply just because. Located adjacent to The Madison, The Federalist focuses on resurrecting the culinary traditions of the mid-Atlantic region with a focus on preparing thoughtful yet accessible cuisine.